Cool, I made the front page of the Mirror today. Welcome to all readers, looking forward to seing you at the next WiFi meeting in Montreal. Continue reading
Bon, un article qui date un peu mais qui fournit pas mal d’explications sans devenir trop technique / long. Continue reading
This release is a little special.. I am managing the project on SourceForge, and Timo and Gustavo trusted me with the announcement! Lots of exciting things to come. This includes GnuPG 1.2.1 and WinPT-GUI 0.7.94 plus other tools, under a very easy Windows installer Continue reading
“Afraid an unauthorized someone is reading your personal e-mail? Then prevent it by encrypting your e-mail using a program such as PGP (Pretty Good Privacy).” – BTW, PGP is a commercial application supporting OpenPGP, but most of the article can be used to understand other tools too. Continue reading
Internet users send millions of e-mail messages every day, oblivious to their lack of confidentiality. For years, a powerful and free encryption program called PGP, or Pretty Good Privacy, allowed users to keep their e-mail and other data private. But Network Associates, which bought PGP in late 1997, failed to sell upgraded versions to businesses and let the program drift into limbo from mid-2001 on, without any significant updates.